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Nisbet Day is celebrated with a trip to the cemetery and an inspiring memorial address. The sophomore class beat the freshman class at a tug-of-war. The results of a tennis tournament are given. Dickinson loses to Gettysburg at the Gettysburg Track Meet. The Phi Kappa Delta fraternity becomes a...

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The football team finds a new coach who signs a three year contract. Founders' Day celebrations begin this day. The senior picnic is planned for the following Monday where many athletic events will take place. Two men's literary societies, Belles Lettres and the Union Philosophical Society, see...

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Student committee on social affairs and the faculty social committee to change organization of social functions. About 25 students plan to go to Washington, D.C. for Franklin Roosevelt's presidential inauguration. Junior class votes to have Microcosm dedicated to Mr. Malcolm, the college's...

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Class Day is planned. Commencement is planned. Rising Sophomore John Burnite is selected to spend summer at German student labor camp. YMCA and YWCA are replaced with Dickinson College Religious Association. Interfraternity Council denies Phi Epsilon Pi and Sigma Tau Phi's requests to join....

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The Dickinsonian accepts ten new staff writers, roughly one-third of the applicants. The Jewish Religious Association organizes three chapel programs, as well as biweekly meetings, emulating activities of the Protestant and Catholic groups on campus. The Dickinson Players' production of...

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The seventh annual Guest Day for prospective students gets underway. A group of pranksters locks the only door to Bosler Hall (then under construction) while seven people, including College Dean Ernest Vuilleumier, are inside, forcing them to climb through the rubble in the back of the building...

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Lambda Sigma Pi elects eight new members. Union Philosophical Society to discuss "war aims" in their next meeting. A Student Opinion Surveys of America poll reveals that three of every five women are volunteering with civilian defense activities, but less than three of ten men, not already in...

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Dean Vuilleumier discusses the plan for the first ever summer semester to take place this summer. Girls prepare to escort men in the coming days as Pan-Hell Week begins. List of all Dickinson alumni that has been living in Hawaii. President Corson returns from month-long vacation in the South. A...

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Men from Dickinson will travel to attend a large Interfraternity Council meeting at Gettysburg College. Mixed ping pong tournament is being planned by Coach Kahler. Three initiated into Phi Beta Kappa. Four Dickinson students took the exam to enter West Point. Article on the behavior of three...

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Junior class, Class of 1943, elects president. Student Senate decides that Rushing will not occur during the summer session. the 169th Commencement. Approximately 120 students are enrolled for the summer session. the 1942 Microcosm comes out on time. Six high school seniors are awarded Trustee...

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Doll Dance is planned with patriotic theme. Dr. Montgomery Porter Sellers, oldest Dickinson faculty member, dies. Colonel Alexander A. Sharp, '83, donor, dies. Phi Epsilon Pi wins intramural volleyball tournament.

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Phi Epsilon Pi and Commons Club move into Theta Chi house to make room for Army cadets. Measles outbreak on campus. A Conference and Appointments Bureau is created to provide dates for Army cadets.

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"D" Club lacrosse seeks recognition as a intercollegiate varsity sport. Details of the Spring Formal. Renowned young violinist, Joyce Renee to give a concert in Bosler. Three teams remain undefeated in the Inter-Fraternity League: Beta Theta Pi, Phi Epsilon Pi, and Phi Psi. Dickinson Baseball...

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Rush ends and 126 freshmen men pledge fraternities including Alpha Chi Rho, Beta Theta Pi, Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Epsilon Pi, Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Kappa Sigma, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Chi and Theta Chi. The Dickinson Law School begins to require all applicants for admission to take...

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Five Dickinson fraternities participated in the annual Red Cross Drive of Carlisle, collecting money for the organization. The Communications Committee had it first meeting to discuss campus issues including the College's gift to the Allison Methodist Church, the Student Activities Building and...

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President William Edel consents to extended term. Admissions plans class of '63 to be smallest in many years. Fire in kitchen of Phi Epsilon Pi house. Student Senate questions faculty changes. Frank A. Miller becomes history instructor; Jacqueline Smith Olin becomes chemistry instructor. Men's...

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Willard F. Libby receives Priestley Memorial Award. Planetarium completed in Tome Scientific Building. Italian classes are reinstated. Education and Psychology department plans move from Church House to new Reed Hall. Seven memorial plaques dedicated in Durbin Oratory. Fraternities and...

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Homecoming activities reported. Dickinson highlights stronger academic focus. Phi Epsilon Pi chosen as outstanding fraternity. Samuel Hayakawa's talk prompts debate over US-Soviet Union relations. Recap of Professor Beaty's address at chapel on the types of academics and why they need God....

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In this issue of the Dickinsonian Pres. Rubendall discloses results of Methodist Survey Report. Four Honorary Doctorates presented at Senior Ceremony. Dr. Nancy Lee Beaty to spend year in Greece teaching. College adds four new Faculty members. Synopsis of the year's social events. Prof. Stoyan...

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In this issue of the Dickinsonian George B. Murphy '27 recounts Dickinson in the Twenties. Freshmen plays to open. IFC misunderstanding over food service leads to boycott at South College. Woody Herman to perform at military ball. Pan-Hellenic-Faculty game ends with Faculty win. Saad El Fassi of...

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Planning and details of freshman orientation for the class of 1970 are discussed. Propositions for changes in the fraternity rush system are outlined and await faculty approval. Faculty postpone their vote on abolishing SFJC (Student-Faculty Judicial Council) in favor of an all faculty council....

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Spahr Library opens for the first time after book walk. Dickinson gears up for approaching parents' weekend. Yom Kippur services are announced, with a schedule of services and an explanation of Yom Kippur included. Vienna Symphony concert series set to begin Friday, October 13th, at Carlisle...

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Dave Brubeck Quartet is slated to perform this Friday night in the Carlisle Senior High School gymnasium. Eric Rundbaken will take over duties as the news editor for the Dickinsonian for the remainder of the semester. Phi Epsilon Pi puts on Fall Auto Rallye. United Telephone Company proposes a...

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Dr. Stanley Nodder is appointed Associate Dean to succeed Dr. Merle Allshouse. The highlights of Parents Weekend are revealed. Black poet Don Lee will give a discussion on what it means to be black at Dickinson. Senate passes its budget without any changes. Senatorial Canidate Norval Reece will...

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At the Founders Convocation of the College's 200th Anniversary, Sen. Richard Schweiker delivers an address praising the College's educational tradition. College holds a symposium entitled "Voice of Today's Woman". PPG Industries Foundation provides a grant to support March's "Science for...

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